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AcceptMutex directives sets the method that Apache
+uses to serialize multiple children accepting requests on network
+sockets. Prior to Apache 2.0, the method was selectable only at
+compile time. The optimal method to use is highly architecture and
+platform dependent. For further details, see the performance tuning
If this directive is set to
default, then the
+compile-time selected default will be used. Other possible
+methods are listed below. Note that not all methods are available
+on all platforms. If a method is specified which is not available,
+a message will be written to the error log listing the available
flock(2)system call to lock the +file defined by the LockFile +directive.
fnctl(2)system call to lock the +file defined by the LockFile +directive.